The province of Lodi (Italian: provincia di Lodi) is a province in the Lombardy region of Italy. Its provincial capital is the city of Lodi. As of 2015, it has a population of 229,576 inhabitants over an area of 783 square kilometres (300 sq mi), giving the province a population density of 293.2 inhabitants per square kilometre. The city of Lodi has a population of 44,769 inhabitants as of 2015, and the provincial president is Mauro Soldati.
Things to do in Province of Lodi
4 based on 344 reviews
This is one of the best restaurants and wine bars in Lodi, but "in" is a bit of a misleading preposition. It is somewhere outside of town on the via Priv. del Costino. The setting is beautiful and the place memorable.
They have an excellent selection of Italian wine, did we expect German here?, and the prices are remarkably affordable, most around 25 Euro or so. Service was friendly, low key, and you can throw away the ties and jackets here.
Food was generally very good and very local in type. Risotto was truly outstanding and the best so far ever in Italy, which is saying alot. Fresh parmesana stupendous, cheese platter superb, and the only thing keeping this place from five stars was the pork roast, which was dry and bland.
This is a wonderful place to spend an evening with friends or business asssociates.
4.5 based on 227 reviews
Nice Place, Nice Food and Friendly Atmosphere.
A lot of good wines to be coupled for each kind of food either meat, cold cuts or sea food.
The Chief/owner Alberto can prepare what you want according to the traditional territory ingredient & receipts.
If you pass by Casalpusterlengo on the way from Milan to Bologna you need to go to see Alberto.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
We went there with some friends and their kids The place is AMAZING very nice, warm a typical farmer house with few tables and very warm people. The particular thing is that you are not ordering and you have to be there a specific time...MoreWe're very glad to read you! THANK YOU SO MUCH and...se you soon! Best regards LO STAFF
4.5 based on 888 reviews
Ho trovato questo posto cercando sui vari siti... e mi sono subito balzate all'occhio le recensioni su TripAdvisor. Quasi il 100% dei clienti ha messo 4 o 5 pallini... scartando quel paio di finte recensioni da neo-utenti che puzzano un po' di poco autentico...
Confermo che il posto merita.
Ottimi i salumi di antipasto (e abbondanti) cosi come il tortino di verdure e la polenta col gorgonzola e sopra i funghi, che portano insieme.
Finiti gli antipasti ci siamo chiesti se c'è l'avremmo fatta.... ma siamo un gruppo che non teme il lavoro duro.
Risotto lodigiano, come primo, al vino rosso con salsiccia e raspadüra, molto buono.
Di secondo abbiamo preso della coppa arrosto con patate e il brasato di manzo con la polenta.
Dolce notevole: crema al mascarpone con frutti di bosco.
Vino Gutturnio buono.
Tutto davvero buono e abbondante con un ottimo rapporto prezzo qualità.
La quinta stella per il sorriso e la freschezza della ragazza in sala.
Bravi, consiglio e lascio qualche foto perché possiate farvi un'idea guardando i piatti....
Io ci torno!
P.S. il prosecchino di benvenuto è stato molto gradito!
4 based on 476 reviews
Ho cenato all'Antica Osteria del Cerreto in occasione della rassegna gastronomica invernale, con un menù della tradizione lombarda. L'ambiente è ampio e molto curato, il servizio gentile e non invadente. Gli antipasti erano abbondanti e sfiziosi: salumi e gnocco fritto, frittate, polpettine e un'ottima giardiniera fatta in casa. I primi prevedevano un bis: un eccellente risotto salsiccia e raspadura e nidi di rondine ricotta e spinaci, a mio avviso meno appetitosi. A seguire tagliata di fassona e costine di maiale servite sulla polenta ben condita. Ottima qualità del cibo in un ambiente davvero piacevole, ci tornerò sicuramente.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Every time I have been here it was better than before. We had great appetizers, main courses and excellent wine for a less than 35€ per person. Place is warm and comfortable, perfect service and easy to park the car. Definitely worth it.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
Our Restaurant and Albergo, are located in a very old and typical Lombardy country house.During Springtime or Summer, you might have the chance to have your lunch and dinner in our courtyard.The Restaurant offers you meals prepared with seasonal food, and also prepared with love and passion and a lot of tradition.Our Albergo has just 3 rooms, each with private bathroom, telephone Television, air-conditioning and a little bar service.Everything is made to make your stay confortable and friendly.
The Colombani's have run this restaurant with rooms for many years now and it is still unassuming (no name above the door) and usually shut - until Signora arrives with keys to open up.
We had Room 4 (as in 2004) which had not altered. Cool, stone-flagged, traditionally furnished. (The ensuite was modern, though). So all comforts.
Dinner was served in the large farm courtyard. The food was simple (chicken, young pheasant) but delicious: the wine justifiably expensive. In the morning, after a lovely rustic breakfast, we were given a plate to remind us of our meal and our stay.
Maleo is a world apart: long may it remain so.
4 based on 278 reviews
This place is amazing . We had a fantastic meal served by two really friendly waiters . Extras such as a" welcome " glass of Prosecco were nice touches. As a vegetarian I found the food delicious . Go there !!
4.5 based on 350 reviews
Risotrante Italiano specializzato in risotti
We used TripAdvisor to find a place to eat on the way while driving to our holiday destination. We selected Risotteria alla Torre and had a little trouble finding it, but eventually found it right opposite the police station. The menu is small, offering 2 starters, 3 mains and dessert. I love small menus because generally they are very good. And this was no exception. Highly recommended.
4 based on 262 reviews
Restaurant Wine Bar American Pub - You can eat or drink what do you like, it's all prepared at the moment every day, 7/7, 20:00 - 02:00
I am used to come here for my dinners as i am living back in Italy only for the last 11 months.
And, what can i say better then the location is medioeval and really cozy.
What can i say better then the people working here is really fond in enjoying the contact with customers making them feeling comfortable and always very welcome.
Oh...yes...there is something more than i can say.....THE FOOD.....fresh, lovely,tasty,well served....the BEST pasta Carbonara i could ever have in the north of Italy.
For every tourist or students being in Milan and wanting a very nice and alternative location where to spend their night, please come and visit. You will certainly enjoy a recepe of food, and human warmt.
I have forgotten the music....beautiful...enjoy my friends
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